Cubs On Pace For 90-Loss Season

Carlos Silva wasn’t the only one who checked out of Sunday’s game due to illness. I was history after the Cubs fell behind 6-1 in the fourth, sickend by this weekend series in Colorado.

Friday we watched the Cubs give up 12-runs in the bottom of the eighth, including a major league record 11-consecutive hits, in route to a 17-2 loss.

Saturday was Carlos Gonzalez’s walk-off home run to complete the cycle. And Sunday was another typical Cubs outing—too little too late.

And who on earth knows what happens to this team in Colorado? Chicago is 5-13 in its last 18-games at Coors Field.

Meanwhile, our Cubs enter August 7-9 since the All Star break and one game ahead of fifth-place Houston.

At the current pace we’re looking at a 90-loss season. Puke!

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